Hankook - VENTUS V12 EVO K110 245/45 R19 102Y
|Model||VENTUS V12 EVO K110 XL MFS|
|Size ?||245/45ZR19 102Y TL|
|Load Index ?||102|
|Speed Index ?||Y|
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Vehicle Type Passenger car
Usage Summer tyre
Model VENTUS V12 EVO K110
Construction R (Tyre of radial construction)
Load Index 102
Speed Index Y (max. vehicle speed 300 Km/h)
Group Tires for passenger cars.
Construction R = Radial type tyre.
Load Index Load index 102. The maximum load the tire can carry is 850kg.
Speed Index Approved for speeds up to 300 km/h, speed at which the tire can carry a load corresponding to its Load index. For other compulsory details see the vehicle documents.
Tube Less TL = Tubeless Tire.
Hankook Tire (CEO Seung Hwa Suh) is one of the world s largest and fastest growing tire manufacturer for radial tires for passenger cars, light trucks (SUVs, RVs, and etc.), trucks, and buses.
Hankook Tire also develops cutting-edge technologies to upgrade customer satisfaction through high-quality products.
Through sales in 185 countries around the world, Hankook Tire is ranked 7th in global sales revenue.
The Company has more than 14.000 employees in 4 Regional Headquarters, over 20 overseas subsidiaries and 5 Research and Development Centers around the world and makes 70 percent of revenue through overseas markets.
The manufacturer is one of the leading tire manufacturers in the world.
The new power in sports driving!
A new concept in ultra high performance tires that delivers superb control and braking.
Experience unrivaled comfort during high-speed driving.
MTR (Multiple Tread Radius), innovative tread design and HPSR compound technology provide superior precise control and responsiveness required for performance under extreme driving conditions.
Rim Protection FR = Tires with rim protection.
Test DIRECTIONAL = The tread pattern necessitates operation in one direction.
ZR = Approved for speeds over 240 km/h. Please note that the actual speed will be individually calculated by the tire manufacturer depending on the axle loads, tire inflation pressures and wheel alignment.